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Why Live & Work in Spain?

Spain is a country located in Southwestern Europe, with parts of its territory in the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and Africa. Spain is the largest country in Southern Europe and the fourth-most populous European Union member state.

Spain is a storied country of stone castles, snowcapped mountains, vast monuments, and sophisticated cities, all of which have made it a favoured travel destination. The country is geographically and culturally diverse.


Spain has a universal healthcare system (Sistema Nacional de Salud), which means that even if you're not a citizen of Spain, you can still access essential healthcare services. All you need to do is register with the national health service, and you'll receive a health card that covers most medical expenses.


House types vary from region to region, but by and large multistory dwellings are characteristic of mountain and pastoral districts, while single-story or low houses with courtyards arranged in different ways according to the local economy are typical of the lowlands.


Living in Spain is very affordable. Rent, food, and utilities are all relatively low, making it easy to stick to a budget. Private healthcare is very affordable and high-quality. As a resident, you will have access to the public system and additional private healthcare if you choose to.


Spain is one of the safest countries in Europe and ranks among the safest countries in the world.


Spain's nature features soaring mountains, subtropical forests, pristine beaches, and glorious national parks brimming with wildlife.


Food prices in Spain are relatively low, making it easy to stick to a budget. The cost of groceries will depend on where you shop, with larger supermarkets offering discounts.


One of the reasons why Spain is so well known is because of the Spanish language that is spoken here. Spanish, or Castilian, is one of the languages with the largest number of speakers in the world. The Spanish language from Spain has a rich heritage and a long history of evolution that over centuries has developed into the many variations of Spanish that exist today throughout the world. Castilian Spanish is the official national language of Spain.

Spanish culture encompasses literature, music, visual arts, cuisine as well as contemporary customs, beliefs, institutions, and social norms. Beyond Spain, Spanish culture is the foundation of most of Latin American cultures and the Filipino culture.


If you're looking for jobs in Spain, these sectors below have interesting opportunities.

  • Sales & Marketing
  • Customer Care/Client service
  • Engineering
  • Travel & tourism
  • Information technology
  • Banking & Finance
  • Automotive
  • Hotels
  • Healthcare
  • Legal

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